A surgical team's plan to perform the first-ever human head transplant is unethical, says Dr. David Stevens, CEO of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations.
"Believing in the sanctity of life from a biblical point of view, how do you ethically do this?" Stevens asked in an interview with The Christian Post on Monday, noting the procedure's "risk to the patient is just enormous."
"There's no way to ethically do this type of experiment when you haven't proven it in the lab. What happens when it doesn't work? Patient's head has been severed and they're going to die," he said. more >>
After the first season of "Attack On Titan," many fans were intrigued by the story presented in the anime, making the franchise's new game a success.
Developers On The Reception Of The Western Market
According to a recent interview with the developer of "Attack On Titan," Koei Tecmo, there was a lot of shock regarding how well the game was received in the western markets. He explained that they did not expect the game to be as popular as it is in the United States. more >>
A Chinese orthopedic surgeon who helped perform the first hand transplant in 1999 is looking to perform another medical first: transplanting a human head from one body to another.
Dr. Ren Xiaoping of Harbin Medical University announced this week that he is planning to lead a team of surgeons to perform the first-ever head transplant.
The announcement has brought much concern from medical experts about the ethical nature of such a novel procedure, according to the publication Medical Daily. more >>
E3 2016 is in the books after a week of ups and downs from all the major gaming companies. And while the conferences from E3 are finished, the ripple effects caused by the announcements and news will continue to brew conversation across the internet.
While there were several companies that made important announcements and new introductions during E3, the biggest news (or perhaps more appropriately lack thereof) came from the biggest three gaming companies, Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony.
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A Christian persecution watchdog group has created a new matrimonial dating website that seeks to change the dynamic of arranged marriages and allow Christian refugees in the Asian subcontinent to find a "romantic pathway" to escape persecution.
In response to numerous inquiries from Pakistani Christians seeking help to find their sons and daughters the perfect suitors for marriage in the West who will preserve families' Christian culture, the British Pakistani Christian Association has launched a new dating website that offers a certain level of protection by allowing parents to investigate the backgrounds of potential suitors listed on the website.
As the No. 1 style of marriage among Christians in Pakistan and Pakistani Christians in Western nations is arranged marriage, Shaadi4Christians.com, which went live in late May, aims to give sons and daughters more insight into who their parents are trying to match them up with. more >>
The "Pokemon" game is coming to smartphones by next month along with a hardware that allows users to play the game even without looking at their phone screens.
Scheduled to be released for iOS and Android by the end of July, the augmented-reality game dubbed "Pokemon Go" is the latest offering from game developer Nintendo. This is great news for fans of the game franchise since they can already play "Pokemon" using only their smartphones.
"We would work hard to let fans enjoy the game by the next month," Pokemon Company chief executive Tsunekazu Ishihara mentioned in the same report. He explained that gamers will be able to explore real-world roads, parks and other locations to find the so-called virtual monsters. Pikachu will just be around the corner waiting to be found. more >>